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A Student of History is not Surprised by the Riots

A Student of History is not Surprised by the Riots

    By Sigrid Weidenweber If you go back to the days of Rome, you will note that the empire was weakened to the point of collapse by power-mad Caesars, corrupt senators, and government officials, using unruly mobs to gain the power they could not attain otherwise. However, we do not have to go back […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Iron is Hot!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Iron is Hot!

  By L. Neil Smith Well, now I’ve seen everything. I’ve seen men walk on the Moon. I’ve seen two Presidents impeached and then depeached … or whatever. I’ve seen a juggling bear ride a unicycle and an elephant fly. I’ve seen the state of Virginia, the very cradle of American liberty, birthplace of George […]

So Much for the Peaceful Transfer of Power

So Much for the Peaceful Transfer of Power

  By Michael Greer I’ve watched the Left dismantle our Constitution while invoking it with alternate bouts of laughter, tears and fury. While Democrats go before the microphone saying they are fulfilling their oath to protect and defend the Constitution, they are campaigning on gun confiscation, criminalizing “hate speech”, banning Conservative media, ending the Electoral […]

All My Friends

All My Friends

By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   For me “all my friends” in politics is a short list.  My set of acquaintances gets smaller each year, especially when election time rolls around.  Nothing is what it seems as the adage “politics often makes strange bed fellows”, inevitably holds true.  As part of this […]

Ethics, Morals, Truth and the Constitution (Part II)

Ethics, Morals, Truth and the Constitution (Part II)

    By Sigrid Weidenweber My last article addressed our split-society from the view- point of lawyer, seeing that laws, once serving well, are now circumvented or not enforced. Since then, I have looked at the facts with the eye of a religious conservative. Most intriguing was an article in the Wall Street Journal’s Notable […]

Ethics, Morals, Truth and the Constitution (Part I)

Ethics, Morals, Truth and the Constitution (Part I)

    By Sigrid Weidenweber It piques my interest, when on the same day two essays show up on my desk with almost identical topics but different reasons for the demise of a society that lost the majority of moral, responsible thinkers and is cleaved into two, diametrically opposed, factions. One way of reasoning deals […]

Election 2020 Countdown: 386 Days (Oct. 14) Secret “unofficial” Trump impeachment inquiry is unconstitutional

Election 2020 Countdown:  386 Days (Oct. 14) Secret “unofficial” Trump impeachment inquiry is unconstitutional

  By Michael Hernandez The secret “unofficial” Trump impeachment inquiry is unconstitutional because witnesses testify behind closed doors many times without Republicans present and if present; with no opportunity to cross-examine. On Sunday, House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) when challenged on running secret hearings by Margaret Brennan of CBS “Face the Nation” responded:  […]

Election 2020 Countdown: 391 Days (Oct. 9) Time for Americans to support the Constitution

Election 2020 Countdown: 391 Days (Oct. 9) Time for Americans to support the Constitution

  By Michael Hernandez It is time for Americans to support the Constitution. The House of Representatives would love you to believe that the Legislative Branch is above the Executive Branch; but because they are co-equal branches, President Donald J. Trump’s legal counsel Pat A. Cipollone wrote a letter (Oct. 8) to Democratic leadership on […]

Judge Jeanine Pirro: ‘There’s A Plot To Remake America’

Judge Jeanine Pirro: ‘There’s A Plot To Remake America’

STEPHANIE HAMILL VIDEO COLUMNIST Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro believes there’s a “plot to remake America,” which is the theme of her new book “Radical, Resistance and Revenge.” Pirro told the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill that she’s very concerned about the direction that America is going. “You can see everything is upside down: the Constitution, […]

The 14TH Amendment and Self-Deportation

The 14TH Amendment and Self-Deportation

    By Richard A. Nixon There has been much in the news of late regarding immigration and the feasibility of deporting “13 million people” and that there is “no way’ this can be done. Please consider the following: The 14th Amendment (14th/A) defines citizenship as follows: “All persons born or naturalized in the United […]

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